I borrowed this from Solid Rock or Sinking Sand.
I would like to her explanation on Judgement Day.
I guess the Libs just do not get  “Thou Shall Not Kill.”

New Planned Parenthood CEO claims work is ‘sacred’

BY SARAH CRAWFORD
Fri Feb 10, 2012 18:43 EST

A Planned Parenthood affiliate’s newest president and CEO said in an official statement that she regards her work for the biggest abortion business in America to be a holy profession.

Melaney Linton, who will now oversee Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast, is determined to further the Life-ending work of Planned Parenthood:

“I am honored and humbled to be entrusted with such a sacred duty…I pledge to do everything in my power to fight back against the ideological attacks on Planned Parenthood and women, so that no teen will ever say she didn’t know how she got pregnant, no one will ever be denied basic reproductive health care, and no woman will ever be forced to bear children she cannot adequately support.”

Starting March 1st, Linton will manage 13 abortion and abortion-referring centers in Southeast Texas and Louisiana, as well as the largest abortion mill in America, located in Houston, Texas.

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Just reading this article concerning the new Planned Parenthood’s CEO claiming that her work is “sacred” and that she will do everything in her power to fight back against the ideological attacks so women will never be forced to “… bear children she cannot adequately support.”, makes me wonder what her definition of “sacred” is.  Now if you look up the word “scared” in a dictionary you will get something like the following:

sa·cred [sey-krid] adjective

1.  devoted or dedicated to a deity or to some religious purpose; consecrated.

2.  entitled to veneration or religious respect by association with divinity or divine things; holy.

3.  pertaining to or connected with religion ( opposed to secular  or profane): sacred music; sacred books.

4.  reverently dedicated to some person, purpose, or object: a morning hour sacred to study.

5.  regarded with reverence: the sacred memory of a dead hero.

Now I am willing to bet that Ms. Linton’s definition of “sacred” is not in accordance with the Word of God.  What are some of your opinion’s regarding the new Planned Parenthood President/CEO’s official statement regarding her new job?